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Updated Balto $200 Federal Reserve Note Act



 
 
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Old December 27th 04, 12:46 PM
Malanutt 4 Life
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Default Updated Balto $200 Federal Reserve Note Act

Okay, I know I will probably get flamed or insulted by posting this here, but I
decided I would post it to hear opinions even if they are bad opinions.

Section 1. Short Title

This Act may be cited as the "Balto $200 Federal Reserve Note Act"

Sec 2. Design and Issuance of a $200 Federal Reserve Note Featuring Balto, The
Famous Hero Sled Dog.

(a) Notwithstanding the authority of the Secretary of the Treasury under the
8th undesignated paragraph of section 16 of the Federal Reserve Act, begining
September 1, 2006, Federal Reserve notes in the denomination of $200 shall be
placed into circulation by Federal Reserve bank and shall have such designs and
be in such form and tenor as the Secretary may select in accordance with this
section.

(b) Balto's portrait shall adorn the obverse of these $200 Federal reserve
notes. No human portrait may be selected for the obverse of these $200 Federal
Reserve notes. The reverse shall portray scene featuring a sled pulled by a
team of dogs to symbolize Balto's sled run.

Sec 3. Redesign and Reissue of the $500 Federal Reserve Note.

(a) Notwithstanding the authority of the Secretary of the Treasury under the
8th paragraph of section 16 of the Federal Reseve Act, begining September 1,
2007, Federal Reserve notes in the denomination of $500 shall be placed into
circulation by Federal Reserve banks and shall be in such form and tenor as the
Secretary may select in accordance with this section.

(b) President William McKinley's portrait shall adorn the obverse of these $500
Federal Reserve notes. The oval with the 500 in the center on the reverse of
the series 1928/1934 $500 Federal Reserve note shall be retained on the
redesigned $500 Federal Reserve note.

Sec 4. Redesign and Reissue of the $1,000 Federal Reseve Note.

(a) Notwithstanding the authority of the Secretary of the Treasury under the
8th paragraph of section 16 of the Federal reseve Act, begining September 1,
2008, Federal Reserve notes in the denomination of $1,000 shall be placed into
circulation by Federal Reserve banks and shall have such designs and be in such
form and tenor as the Secretary may select in accordance with this section.

(b) President Grover Cleavland's portrait shall adorn the obverse of these
$1,000 Federal Reserve notes. The text "The United States of America" and "One
Thousand Dollars" on the reverse of the 1928/1934 $1,000 Federal Reserve note
shall be retained on the redesigned $1,000 Federal Reserve notes.

Sec 5. Redesign of the $2 Federal Reserve note to Feature a Louisiana Purchase
Theme.

(a) Notwithstanding the authority of the Secretary of the Treasury under the
8th undesignated paragraph of section 16 of the Federal Reserve Act, begining
September 1, 2005, Federal Reserve notes in the denomination of $2 shall be
redesigned to feature a Louisiana Purchase theme and a low-vision numeral on
the reverse, and an enlarged portrait of President Thomas Jefferson that
conforms the higher denominations of the NexGen series Federal Reserve notes.
These redesigned $2 Federal Reserve notes shall be placed into circulation
begining September 1 2005.

Sec. 6 Redesign of the $1 Federal Reserve Note.

(a) Notwithstanding the authority of the Secretary of the Treasury under the
8th undesignated paragraph of section 16 of the Federal Reserve Act, beging
September 1, 2005, Federal Reserve notes in the denomination of $1 shall be
redesigned to feature and updated version of the Great Seal of the United
States of America and low-vision numeral on the reverse, and an enlarged
portrait of President George Washington on the obverse that conforms the higher
denominations of the NexGen series Federal Reserve notes. These Redesigned $1
Federal Reserve notes shall be placed into circulation begining September 1,
2005.

Sec 7. Redesign of the $5 Federal Reserve Note.

(a) Notwithstanding the authority of the Secretary of the Treasury under the
8th undesignated paragraph of section 16 of the Federal Reserve Act, begining
September 1, 2005, Federal Reserve notes in the denomination of $5 shall be
redesigned with a portrait of President Abraham Lincoln and updated version of
the Lincoln Memorial on the reverse that conforms the higher denominations of
the NexGen series Federal Reserve notes. These redesigned $5 Federal Reserve
notes shall be placed into circulation begining September 1, 2005.

I think I am going to send this bill to some congressmen even though putting a
dog on a Federal Reserve note is a long shot. But I will argue in a letter that
dogs also serve in the military, on the fire department, and on the police
force and get killed while serving people and that since dogs have served
mankind for over 30,000 years, they deserve to be honored. But I already said
that in the past.
Tom


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Old December 28th 04, 02:13 AM
oly
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The FRB and numerous other agencies of the federal government spend a
lot of valuable time and effort and resources to track illicit cash.
The average citizen doesn't realize just how much the government works
to identify large cash transactions. Large bills are only used by tax
evaders, druggies, organized crime and terrorists. Legitimate business
transactions are simply conducted by check or wire. There are never
going to be notes over USD $100 printed again anytime soon. And that's
the way it should be.

oly


Malanutt 4 Life wrote:
Okay, I know I will probably get flamed or insulted by posting this

here, but I
decided I would post it to hear opinions even if they are bad

opinions.

Section 1. Short Title

This Act may be cited as the "Balto $200 Federal Reserve Note Act"

Sec 2. Design and Issuance of a $200 Federal Reserve Note Featuring

Balto, The
Famous Hero Sled Dog.

(a) Notwithstanding the authority of the Secretary of the Treasury

under the
8th undesignated paragraph of section 16 of the Federal Reserve Act,

begining
September 1, 2006, Federal Reserve notes in the denomination of $200

shall be
placed into circulation by Federal Reserve bank and shall have such

designs and
be in such form and tenor as the Secretary may select in accordance

with this
section.

(b) Balto's portrait shall adorn the obverse of these $200 Federal

reserve
notes. No human portrait may be selected for the obverse of these

$200 Federal
Reserve notes. The reverse shall portray scene featuring a sled

pulled by a
team of dogs to symbolize Balto's sled run.

Sec 3. Redesign and Reissue of the $500 Federal Reserve Note.

(a) Notwithstanding the authority of the Secretary of the Treasury

under the
8th paragraph of section 16 of the Federal Reseve Act, begining

September 1,
2007, Federal Reserve notes in the denomination of $500 shall be

placed into
circulation by Federal Reserve banks and shall be in such form and

tenor as the
Secretary may select in accordance with this section.

(b) President William McKinley's portrait shall adorn the obverse of

these $500
Federal Reserve notes. The oval with the 500 in the center on the

reverse of
the series 1928/1934 $500 Federal Reserve note shall be retained on

the
redesigned $500 Federal Reserve note.

Sec 4. Redesign and Reissue of the $1,000 Federal Reseve Note.

(a) Notwithstanding the authority of the Secretary of the Treasury

under the
8th paragraph of section 16 of the Federal reseve Act, begining

September 1,
2008, Federal Reserve notes in the denomination of $1,000 shall be

placed into
circulation by Federal Reserve banks and shall have such designs and

be in such
form and tenor as the Secretary may select in accordance with this

section.

(b) President Grover Cleavland's portrait shall adorn the obverse of

these
$1,000 Federal Reserve notes. The text "The United States of America"

and "One
Thousand Dollars" on the reverse of the 1928/1934 $1,000 Federal

Reserve note
shall be retained on the redesigned $1,000 Federal Reserve notes.

Sec 5. Redesign of the $2 Federal Reserve note to Feature a Louisiana

Purchase
Theme.

(a) Notwithstanding the authority of the Secretary of the Treasury

under the
8th undesignated paragraph of section 16 of the Federal Reserve Act,

begining
September 1, 2005, Federal Reserve notes in the denomination of $2

shall be
redesigned to feature a Louisiana Purchase theme and a low-vision

numeral on
the reverse, and an enlarged portrait of President Thomas Jefferson

that
conforms the higher denominations of the NexGen series Federal

Reserve notes.
These redesigned $2 Federal Reserve notes shall be placed into

circulation
begining September 1 2005.

Sec. 6 Redesign of the $1 Federal Reserve Note.

(a) Notwithstanding the authority of the Secretary of the Treasury

under the
8th undesignated paragraph of section 16 of the Federal Reserve Act,

beging
September 1, 2005, Federal Reserve notes in the denomination of $1

shall be
redesigned to feature and updated version of the Great Seal of the

United
States of America and low-vision numeral on the reverse, and an

enlarged
portrait of President George Washington on the obverse that conforms

the higher
denominations of the NexGen series Federal Reserve notes. These

Redesigned $1
Federal Reserve notes shall be placed into circulation begining

September 1,
2005.

Sec 7. Redesign of the $5 Federal Reserve Note.

(a) Notwithstanding the authority of the Secretary of the Treasury

under the
8th undesignated paragraph of section 16 of the Federal Reserve Act,

begining
September 1, 2005, Federal Reserve notes in the denomination of $5

shall be
redesigned with a portrait of President Abraham Lincoln and updated

version of
the Lincoln Memorial on the reverse that conforms the higher

denominations of
the NexGen series Federal Reserve notes. These redesigned $5 Federal

Reserve
notes shall be placed into circulation begining September 1, 2005.

I think I am going to send this bill to some congressmen even though

putting a
dog on a Federal Reserve note is a long shot. But I will argue in a

letter that
dogs also serve in the military, on the fire department, and on the

police
force and get killed while serving people and that since dogs have

served
mankind for over 30,000 years, they deserve to be honored. But I

already said
that in the past.
Tom


 




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